Curated links on four AI tools, visual and UI design, predictions and trends for L&D in 2024, scenarios and simulations, and Articulate Rise.
Use concrete actions for branching scenario options, not just statements about the situation. Focus on doing tasks and making decisions.
Curated links related to AI tools for video storytelling and summarizing research, character images, competency mapping, and task analysis.
Recording of a webinar on scenario-based learning in higher ed. Improve student engagement and application through scenarios.
Curated links: research on stories and memory, games for learning, scenario-based learning, a definition of LXD, and a few AI image tools.
How do you provide feedback in branching scenarios? Use intrinsic and instructional feedback, both immediate and delayed.
SMEs shouldn’t write branching scenarios. That’s the ID’s job. Instead, interview SMEs, users, and gather information to write the scenario.
Connect instructional design and Dungeons and Dragons through the parallels in character creation for games and learning scenarios.
Curated links with example scenarios, tips for scenarios, AI tools, reflections on AI and skills, and research on using videos for learning.
Branching scenarios are great. However, no solution is the right approach 100% of the time. When should you avoid branching scenarios?